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With SCOTUS Ruling Comes Responsibility for 20-Somethings

By Guadalupe Triana (Lewis and Clark College, 2016) Last Thursday marked a significant win for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). It wasn’t just a big victory for the roughly 16 million people who have benefited from affordable care since the …
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This One Step Could Make All The Difference For Uninsured Pregnant Women

By Christina Postolowski and Sarah Lovenheim Young women who are pregnant right now without health coverage could soon be in a better position, if Congress takes action! Yesterday, Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman of New Jersey introduced legislation nicknamed the Healthy …
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2016 Millennial Memo (June 24, 2015): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

Share Button2016 Millennial Memo (June 24, 2015) 502 days to go… Happy Wednesday Millennial Memo readers! Here it is — your weekly fix for all things higher education reform and the race for the presidency. If you haven’t already, share Millennial …
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New Survey: Cutting Access to Student Loan Repayment Plans Extremely Unpopular Among Millennials

By Reid Setzer This week, U.S. congressmen and senators review bills that could determine how Congress spends money on higher education in the years ahead. The decisions that lawmakers make this week could impact student loan borrowers, in particular, for …
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Falling Homeownership Rates; Is Student Debt To Blame?

The Atlantic is out with a piece today — Millennials Still Want to Buy Homes, They Just Don’t Think They Can Afford Them — exploring why first-time homeownership rates are lower today than between 1981 and the Great Recession. The …
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2016 Millennial Memo (June 17, 2015): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

Share Button2016 Millennial Memo (June 17, 2015)   509 days to go…   Good morning, Millennial Memo readers. It may be Wednesday, but I am having a serious case of the Mondays. How do I get my hands on the Wheaties …
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2016 Millennial Memo (June 10, 2015): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

Share Button2016 Millennial Memo (June 10, 2015)   It’s that time again, folks. Happy Millennial Memo Wednesday. In what may have been the most active weekend on the campaign trail yet, pork wasn’t the only thing being served up in the …
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2016 Millennial Memo (June 3, 2015): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

Share Button2016 Millennial Memo (6/3/2015) 523 days to go… Good morning, Millennial Memo readers! Catch new polling on Millennials’ views of presidential candidates at the bottom of this email. Missed last week’s memo? Be sure to find it here. It seems the only …
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Who Needs Access to Health Care? Sacramento Needs to Make the Right Choice, and Fast

By Irving Pineda I came to the United States with my mother, father, and younger brother when I was six years old. I’m a deferred action beneficiary and the proud son of undocumented parents but I’m deeply concerned about what …
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2016 Millennial Memo (May 27, 2015): Keeping tabs on higher education debates

Share Button2016 Millennial Memo (May 27, 2015)   530 days to go… WALKER RESPONDS ON UW SYSTEM CUTS: From an interview with local interview WXOW reporter Ginna Roe, “When asked about his proposed $300 million in cuts to the UW System, Walker defended the …
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